Amazing view, soft white sand, warm, mellow water. Not crowded at all in November, technically the low season. Umbrella rentals for the day are $5. Pina Coladas and other food and drinks are available just off the beach.
At the end of the beach is an old tank covered in graphiti, very interesting to photograph. There is a second tank tucked away in the palms.
There is camping just off the beach which looks like it could be kind of neat. But you will feel really remote at night because all the vendors close down around 6PM.
At sunset the beach is deserted and gorgeous but if you go, wear long pants to protect you from the sand flies that come out. They bite and it's annoying. There are also mosquitoes at night. There were NO bugs at all during the day.
The locals also surf off this beach but the break is way out so you need to be a good swimmer with a sense of adventure. The waves off shore were no joke when we were there. But at the beach they were very mellow, good for playing in with kids.
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